Chainfire has released a beta build of his upcoming FlashFire flashing tool for Android devices, which he calls the “spiritual successor” to Mobile ODIN.
A few details about CyanogenMod 12.1, which is based on the latest Android 5.1 OS, have been released. The first CM12.1 nightlies could begin appearing next week.
If you plan to buy a Galaxy S6 from T-Mobile (and possibly Sprint) and you prefer your devices rooted, you’ll be happy to hear that Chainfire has already got you covered.
With the arrival of Android 5.1, Xposed user might be wondering when the tool will add support for the now-latest version of Android. The answer? Eventually.
The second alpha for the Android Lollipop based Paranoid Android 5.0 custom ROM has just been released to the public.
Developer C3C076 announced on XDA that the alpha version of GravityBox v5.0.0 is currently available and should be compatible with all devices running stock Lollipop.
The Paranoid Android team just announced the release of the first alpha version of the Lollipop-based Paranoid Android 5.
CyanogenMod has made true on their promise of something big in the new year, CM12 Nightlies will begin rolling out today to select devices. CM12 M is about 85% complete.
Android Lollipop has leaked for the international Snapdragon Samsung Galaxy Note 3, and is by no means a small update. Here we will discuss some of the many changes, and provide detailed steps on how to install it to your device.
A non-final firmware build of Lollipop for Galaxy Note 3 has made its way online. The firmware is available for flashing for those brave souls who would like to try it.